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Make sure your building is future ready with wireless solutions provided by Graybar

Eighty percent of wireless data traffic originates or terminates within a building, and yet today’s typical building still experiences very poor wireless connectivity. This can result in lower business productivity, decreased customer satisfaction, and a major safety risk. That’s why the technological infrastructure to enable a variety of wireless applications in your building should be a priority. There are three core strategies to think about:


Enabling people to operate their wireless voice and data devices seamlessly in your building.

Public Safety

Ensuring anyone can call 911 from their cell phone, first responders can communicate anywhere in your building, and mass notifications can be received quickly.

Private Wireless Networks

Giving you the ability to control your building’s mission-critical functions using a secure network.

There is a lot to think about, and it can be confusing. Graybar makes it easy to implement a wireless solution for your building, facility or campus. We can provide a variety of solutions, including:

We bring together the manufacturers, contractors, integrators and creative funding options to take your project from concept to completion. We’ll also help you make sure your building is following the nationwide guidelines put in place by the Safer Buildings Coalition, National Fire Protection Association and the International Fire Code, so that everyone can be connected and feel safe.

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We work with the Safer Buildings Coalition and HetNet Forum membership section of the Wireless Infrastructure Association as well as manufacturers, integrators, third party operators and carriers to understand end user needs, technology choices, business drivers, building and fire codes and the challenges faced when implementing wireless solutions. Speak to one of our wireless specialists today.

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